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A simple thank-you letter after the sales meeting. . I also wanted to say that, regardless of the outcome of our future conversation, I appreciate you giving me the.

Meeting Thank You Notes

Why send a meeting thank you note? Meetings can be a big drag: They can be fist-eatingly boring, last an eternity, or force you to solve very difficult problems.

On the other hand, meetings can be a blast. The group may be a ton of fun, jokes fly, maybe cocktails make an appearance.

When you think about it, either way, you should write a thank you note-- for enduring the tedium with (or for) you, or for sharing a fabulous time. Even if it was somewhere in the middle, ideas were exchanged and time was spent, and that deserves recognition. Here are some samples of meeting thank you notes.


Dear Todd,

It was a pleasure meeting you yesterday. Your ideas on new approaches to sales in our region were insightful and a great help to me. Thank you for making time to meet with me and for sharing your thoughts.

Sincerely,

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Dear Dr. Price,

Thank you for seeing me yesterday. I appreciated the chance to discuss our new products with you. Your opinions are always helpful and interesting. I hope the latest product will fit your needs.

It's always a pleasure to see you!

Best Regards,

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Josh,

It was a pleasure to finally get a chance to meet you today. Your research project sounds very interesting and offers a compelling value proposition to to the mobile phone carriers. As discussed, my team has done extensive work in the type of data collection that your research requires.

Please let me know if I can provide you with more details about how we would work on the project.

Look forward to speaking with you soon.

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Dear Paul,

Thank you for your time today. Jack and I very much appreciated your input on our new business development strategy. I know that you have a number of demands on your schedule right now so the fact that you took as much time as you did to guide us is even more welcome.

We will be sure to circle back with you when the plan is finalized in order for you to provide your stamp of approval as well as any final comments.

Best,

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Eric,

Your time on the phone today was very helpful in identifying the next steps for the enterprise installation team. Thank you very much for all your insight into the dynamics of the marketing and sales organization. We will be sure to solicit input from both the VP of Marketing and Sales before making our final recommendation to the Board of Directors.

I'm looking forward to working with you more as we get farther along in the process. Please let me know if I can be of assistance to you in your upcoming review of service oriented architecture (SOA) evaluation. I would be happy to compare notes with you on SOA benefits and drawbacks.

Thanks again and talk to you soon.

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A thank you letter for a job offer should be sent to the hiring manager or the person who hired you. It should convey your appreciation for the.

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Below, you will find thank you note examples to thank your boss for help, support, mentoring, work anniversary wishes, opportunities, recognition, appreciation and for being the best boss ever!

For other thank-you to your boss samples on different topics, check out these posts:

Tips for thanking your boss

  • Tip #1: If your boss sends you an appreciation email or tells in person, a simple reply of “Thank You” may be enough. The examples below will be longer messages as I imagine different situations when a boss may express appreciation.
  • Tip #2: Don't make unfavorable comparisons to other bosses. For example, don’t write, "You are so much better than John as a boss."
  • Tip #3: Be specific, if there was something specific that you want to thank the boss for. The examples below are based on hypothetical situations, so if you can be more specific, your note may be perceived as better (you can also download my How to write a better thank-you note guide). In the examples, words like project, process, program, or position, could be replaced with what is relevant for your situation.
  • Tip #4: Read through all of the examples for inspiration. If you are copying and pasting into an email, you could combine bits for different examples.

Thank you note layout

Your thank you note can look like this:

Dear [Boss's Name],

Write the thank you message here. Usually, this will be 2-4 sentences.

Thanks again!

[Your Name]

You may also want to read How to write a thank-you note in 5 easy steps.

The examples below are for the center section (the 2-4 sentences). Replace words in [brackets] as appropriate for your situation.

Thank you note to the boss for help, support, and mentoring 

  1. Thank you for your help and support while I was out recovering from being ill for a few weeks. I am grateful that you were able to coordinate with the team to get my work covered and not have and that they were not any disruptions with the clients. You are a wonderful boss. I look forward to returning to work on [return date].
  2. I am grateful for your support during the time I was out sick. Your support helped me not to worry. I was able to rest and feel confident that you and the team were able to do my work that couldn't wait for my return. Thank you for making sure nothing was missed.
  3. Thanks for all of your support when I needed to be out of the office unexpectedly when my dad had a stroke. Not having to worry about what was happening at work or who would be doing my job was a blessing. You make it easy to feel confident when someone on the team needs to be out, as you always make sure the work gets covered.
  4. You are an outstanding boss. I was concerned about having to be out on short term disability. Thank you for your understanding and support. I will be sure to pay it forward someday when given the opportunity.
  5. I want to tell you how much I appreciate the time you've spent mentoring me during my first few months on the job. The training classes have been okay, but your extra insights added to my understanding. Because of you, I feel that I got up to speed faster. I look forward to being able to work independently soon!
  6. Thank you for being a great mentor! I appreciate all the help you've given me with [new skill/project name]. I am also thankful that you have been patient will all my questions as I strive to learn everything that I can. You are a wonderful boss!
  7. I appreciate all the help you've given me. Your support with this new project has been fantastic as the customer's expectations have been much higher than anticipated. [Client name] told me last week that the level of service is unlike any they have had previously. While they don't know how much extra time you've been giving to help out, I do! Because of you, we've been able to secure the new contract.
  8. Thank you for helping me with [whatever the boss helped with]. I admire your dedication to not only me but the entire team. Our team is better because of your continued involvement.
  9. I am thankful for your support with [whatever/how the boss is supporting you]. I am confident enough to do the process independently next month!

Thank you note to the boss for work anniversary wishes

  1. Thank you for the anniversary wishes! It was kind of you to recognize my 10th year of working year. I hope for many more successful years!
  2. The certificate for my 15th anniversary is terrific and will look lovely framed. I will display it proudly on my desk. Thank you for organizing the card from the team as well.
  3. Whew! I've been on your team now for three years. Thank you for wishing me a happy work anniversary!
  4. I am glad to be on your team! I appreciate the "happy anniversary" for my eight years of working here. It's been quite a journey, and I've learned a great deal.
  5. Your kinds word about me during the past four years on your team, made my day! You are gracious and kind. Thank you for recognizing my work anniversary.
  6. Thank you for wishing me a happy 10th anniversary! The time sure did fly by as I love working here and what I have the privilege to do each day.
  7. I am thankful for your anniversary message! You said such kind things about my work performance. I am happy to be on your team.
  8. You are such a thoughtful boss! Thank you for wishing me a happy anniversary!
  9. Wishing me a happy anniversary was a pleasant surprise! I will enjoy the gift card to [restaurant name]. Thank you!

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Thank you note to the boss for the opportunity

  1. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work on [project]. The challenge took me out of my comfort zone. I learned a lot about [topic], and I looked forward to coming to work every day. I am grateful that you choose me for the project.
  2. I am grateful to you for offering me so many opportunities to try out. The variety of positions and tasks are helping me to identify where I went to go next in my career. I appreciated that you didn't keep only doing [position] since I was good at it. I am excited to learn and try different types of work.
  3. You've been a wonderful boss! Thank you for alerting me to the new opportunity on the new team that is being formed. As you know, I am looking for a new challenge and look forward to starting on the new team in a couple of weeks. Also, thank you for recommending me to [new team's boss's name]. Since I didn't know her at all, I think your words helped her decide that I am a good fit for the new team.
  4. The conference was amazing last week! Thank you for giving me the chance to go along with [name of the person you went with]. I learned many things just from being on the plane with him! I also made some promising connections at the event.
  5. I am so excited to be able to help with the special project. Thank you for giving me the opportunity. I look forward to utilizing my skills in [program/your skill area] to help the project be a success.
  6. Thank you for looking for opportunities for me among your network of connections. Your recommendation has helped me to be awarded some of the new contract work. I hope to be able to "pay it forward" someday as I build my network.
  7. I enjoyed our lunch meeting last week. Thank you for taking the time to join me and explain the new positions that are coming open on your team. I welcome the opportunity for a change in position with different types of work than I've been doing for the past three years.
  8. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to work with [person's name]. I have learned so much from [him/her] during the past few weeks. You were right to partner us together as we've worked so well together. The project is more successful with both of our contributions.
  9. I am enjoying the challenges in the new position! Thank you for letting me about the opportunity as it changed my life. I didn't know how much I would love this type of work. I appreciate that you encouraged me to give it a try.

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Thank you note to the best boss ever

Note: By naming your boss the "best boss ever" that implies that every other boss you've had wasn't the best. So, be careful what you say as you never know who else will see the note. And it's also possible that different bosses can be the "best boss ever" in different ways.

  1. Thank you for being the best boss I've ever had. You are great at organizing the team and projects. I also like how you look out for opportunities for not just me, but everyone on the team, that will help us to grow our skills.
  2. Working for you makes the job feel less like a job. I enjoy working with you and others on the team. Your integrity is admirable, and by far, you are the best boss I have worked with. Thank you for being an awesome, fair, and motivated boss!
  3. You are the best boss ever! Thank you for your ongoing flexibility with my schedule and letting me work from home whenever I need or want to. Not having to make the long commute every day of the week is nice as I can spend extra time with my family on those days.
  4. Thank you for being an awesome boss! Being on your team is an outstanding experience. I also appreciate that I can come to you with any issues or concerns and know that I can trust you to help solve the issue or direct me to the correct person that can help.
  5. I am grateful to have you as my boss. You've been excellent to work for. I am thankful that you do not micromanage me or others on the team and trust us to complete the work as needed.
  6. Have I told you lately that you are the best? I feel fortunate to have ended up on your team during the latest reorganization. Your leadership and guidance have proved quite valuable as I have excelled in the position.
  7. I like having you as my boss. You are kind, friendly, and manage the team well which makes for a pleasant working environment. Thank you for being awesome!
  8. Thank you for always being so willing to help me. You are the best boss ever! I admire your leadership and knowledge of all of the products we work on.
  9. You are amazing! Thank you for being the best boss ever! I will feel fortunate to have been placed on your team. Your management style works well with me.

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Sample thank you note to the boss for recognition or appreciation

  1. Thank you for appreciating me! I was astonished when you shared about my contributions to [Project Name] in the staff meeting. I am looking forward to the next big project!
  2. Thank you for sharing with me that you are pleased with the work I have done for [project]. Knowing that I am exceeding expectations feels good! Your guidance had helped.
  3. I am grateful for your kind words of appreciation. Thank you for sharing with me that you and the team are happy with the work I have delivered.
  4. Thank you for letting me know how much you and the client appreciated that I was able to provide the requested results on early. It made working the extra hours feel worth it.
  5. You are such a wonderful boss. Thank you for letting me know how much you appreciated the extra work I put in last week to meet the deadline. I also liked how how recognized my efforts at the team meeting without sounding like a brag! I was happy to help out the team (and ultimately the customer) by putting in additional hours to help get the project done.
  6. I will always remember your words of recognition and gratitude in my promotion letter. They are the nicest things a boss has ever said about me, and I'm glad others know how proud you are of me. I hope to make my next boss just as proud in the new position.
  7. Thank you for recognizing me at the conference! I was surprised to learn that I set the regional sales record for the year. You were sneaky to keep that from me the week leading up to the event! I will enjoy the bonus that comes along with being #1! I also felt blessed to hear your words of appreciation.
  8. This note is a little overdue! I am thankful for the years of encouragement and appreciation I've received from you since joining your team and felt like I needed to share that with you. Your positive attitude has helped me to love coming to work every day. Knowing that you appreciate me and the entire team helps as all do better work.
  9. Wow! I am so happy to be the employee of the month. The letter that you submitted to nominate me was awesome. It felt amazing to be recognized at the all staff meeting. A few people have told me how glad they are that I was finally selected!
  10. Thank you for your wonderful words of appreciation and recognition of my work at the staff meeting! I have felt blessed to be on your team. I look forward to the success of the next team project!
  11. You are an inspiring boss! Your gratitude for the hard work the team puts in is appreciated. It makes working the extra hours feel not so bad. It was also nice of you to recognize that I've been with the company for 20 years at the last team meeting.

I hope these note examples helped you to thank your boss!

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How to Write a Perfect Thank-You Note to Your Business Partners


In every walk of life, people like to be thanked — it shows that someone has recognized their efforts. Beyond birthdays and school gatherings, a thank-you letter goes a long way in the business community toward building goodwill and cementing relationships. A concise and genuine thank you note shows you to be a thoughtful and capable person—someone worthy of doing business with.

We’ve put together a few tips and guidelines for you to get the most out of your thank you letters.

When to write a thank you letter

No matter the case, you want to write your thank you note as soon as possible after the event ends. If you thank someone for something small they did 2 months ago, they’ll likely just think you’re weird.

Here are some normal situations to send a thank you note to a business contact:

  • Business cooperation: New partners instead of new competitors – this is a good reason to express your gratitude. A thank you letter for collaboration also registers your business and your name with a new partner.
  • A referral: Besides appreciating their help, you can encourage this person to continue referring prospective customers to you.
  • Attending an important meeting: Let them know their opinions and knowledge were helpful.
  • The holidays: The best time of year, it’s a great occasion to thank partners for their cooperation and to express interest in future deals or possibilities.
  • Randomly: Thank-you notes out of the blue are best if your business relationship is long-term and casual to some extent. Regardless, people will appreciate the no-strings-attached compliment.

How to write a thank you letter: step by step

The key to a good thank you note is to be genuine in your emotion. If your tone is flat or you seem too focused on future opportunities, the effect won’t register—you’ll just come off as selfish.

Otherwise, the structure of a thank you note is straightforward and favors conciseness.

Here are the general elements:

Greeting

It’s essentially a must to use the recipient’s name in the greeting. If you can’t be bothered to address them direct why write a note? For the salutation, using the word “dear” is standard and adds the appropriate level of formality to almost all business letters.

Avoid “To whom it may concern” or “Dear Madam or Sir” greetings at all costs. They make your thank-you note seem distant—if you don’t know the person’s name, find it out somehow!

The reason for thanks

Lead-ins like “I would like to thank you…,” “I’m just writing to express my appreciation…” are suitable for a formal thank you letter, albeit a bit clichéd. Feel comfortable tweaking this a bit to fit your situation.

In less formal cases, make your opening sentence direct and simple: “Thank you for your help.” Of course, informal thank you notes are rare these days (since you’d likely just message them or tell them in-person).

When speaking frankly about why you’re thanking them, don’t mention money even if it was involved.

For financial deals, terms like “Thank you for your support”, “We appreciate your generosity” suit better and are the phrasing most charities and non-profit organizations use for donations.

Continue your gratitude with a few sentences about the importance of whatever happened between you and the recipient: “your expertise gave me a clear understanding of the department’s KPI”, “it was an honor to work with you,” etc.

Try your best to make this actually sound personal—if you’re thank you note reads like it’s a stock note, that defeats the purpose.

The recipient should feel it was their specific time and/or contribution that you value, and not just anyone who was willing to help. You aren’t sending these out in bulk, so take the time to make it individualized.

Compliment, but don’t flatter

If you are not sure of how appropriate it is to give a specific compliment, avoid it.

Being nice and making it clear that you appreciate the person is a part of the thank you note’s existence, but if you are too complimentary it may come off as brown-nosing or sarcasm. It’s best to use short phrases such as: “we greatly appreciated your presence” or “your contribution to PROJECT 123 cannot be put into words.”

Refer to the future

Before closing a thank-you note, express your desire to continue the business connection. While this mention should be short and quick, it does show you are serious about your trade, and not just happy to be at the big boys’ table, so to speak.

If you already have ideas for a future cooperation, mention it without going into details. “Our company is going to hold IT workshops and would like you to join” — this is a good hint that you value their abilities while demonstrating your confidence in your own work.

Closing

In most cases “Best regards” and “Sincerely” are appropriate salutations. You don’t want to get too cute with a salutation unless you know the person well.

If you prepare a thank you note on paper, always sign your name with a pen. You may also include your title or position if the letter is formal.

Here is an example with a clear structure:

Dear Mr. Adams,

I want to sincerely thank you for the referrals you’ve sent our way lately. They have helped our business immensely and it’s great knowing that we have such an accomplished businessman in our corner. It’s truly been a pleasure.

We’ll keep you updated on any changes or upgrades to our services. We won’t let you or the customers you referred down!

Thank you once again.


Best regards,
Mr. Roger Waters
Enterprise Ltd

Tips for writing a business thank-you letter after a meeting

The exact nature of any thank you letter will come down to the formality of the relationship.

If business partners see each other quite often, an informal thank-you note with some light-hearted joking would be a good way to show your appreciation during a work process. This can be through either an email or a hand-written note.

For more formal situations, it’s better to send a hand-written note; an email is likely to get buried in the recipient’s inbox.

No matter the formality however, thank-you notes should be short and to-the-point—this is business, and time is money; if the note is more than half a page, you’re not doing it right.

Your note’s format is the same as other typical business letters. Names, titles, and addresses for both sides, formal greetings and closings, the writer’s signature — all these formal specifics should be included. If you are writing on behalf of a company, typing the note on the organization’s letterhead is a savvy, professional choice.

As with any official business communication, make sure your grammar and spelling are perfect—sending something with improper English will make a worse impression than sending nothing will.

Here are a few more samples of various thank you letters:

Dear Mr. Tyler,

I would like to thank you for taking the time to meet with me and my colleagues yesterday. I appreciate you sharing your knowledge about the roles and responsibilities required for a project like ours. Your presentation contained several innovative ideas that we are now considering for our project’s structure.

You have our sincere appreciation and we hope to continue working with you in the future. With your permission, I will inform you about our next meeting.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,
Mr. Zachary Perry
Holding Company

  • Whether you are thanking someone for giving your business a chance to get a foot in the door:

Dear Mrs. Williams,

My colleagues and I wanted to thank you for giving us the chance to pitch you on expanding our business. We know you are an incredibly busy person and we’re grateful you gave us some of your time.

If you’d like any other information or something from our end, don’t hesitate to let us know.

Kind regards

Chris Robinson

  • Or sending out thank you notes for your charity or non-profit organization:

Dear Mr. Jackson,

All of us at Paws Against Violence are eternally indebted to you for your donation. You might not believe us, but every cent counts toward the bigger goal!

We’ve included the most adorable pictures we could take of just a few of the little critters who’ll be benefitting from your donation.

As always, stay up to date by periodically checking our website, and please spread the good word!

All the best

Paws Against Violence

… a small gesture like saying “thank you” goes a long way.

This may seem like a lot of conventions to follow, but all in all the process is pretty simple. You’re thankful for the opportunity, so let the other person know it with a short note. In today’s business environment, politeness and professionalism go a long way.

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Sample appointment letter to thank someone for an appointment, interview, or meeting

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You applied, you aced the interview and you got the job. Now what? If you decide to accept the position, it is polite to write a thank-you letter for a job offer. You will start out on the right foot in your new job by extending this gracious and professional gesture to your new employer. A thank-you letter for a job offer is to the hiring manager or the person who hired you. It should convey your appreciation for the opportunity and your excitement about joining the team. If you opt to write a thank-you email for a job offer instead of a handwritten letter, the same techniques apply.

Say Thank You

Thank the hiring manager, and others you have met, for the time and effort put into your hiring. They screened several candidates’ resumes and held many interviews before narrowing the choice down to you. You should always show your appreciation for their selecting you for a position. Your thank-you letter should include the title of the position you accepted.

Examples:

I would like to formally thank you and Mr. Doe for meeting with me and extending the offer to join your company as manager of compliance.

I wanted to thank you for offering me the marketing assistant position at XYZ Company.

Express Your Enthusiasm

You want the hiring manager to know that you are excited to start your new job. Keep exclamation marks in check but express your enthusiasm in a way that is comfortable for you.

Examples:

I can’t wait to be a part of your team. I’ve heard so many wonderful things about it and I’m delighted to join the company. Thank you very much for the opportunity.

It is such an honor to have been selected for this position. I have always had a lot of respect for the work the company does, and I am looking forward to getting started.

Confirm the Details

Confirming your start date and details about the job can help make sure everyone is on the same page. Include details such as salary and benefits to make sure there is no confusion.

Examples:

As discussed, my starting salary is $55,000 plus health insurance benefits after 30-days of employment. I will see you Monday at 9 a.m.

I look forward to joining the team on our agreed start date of Oct. 1. I am confirming my starting salary of $70,000, with two-weeks of paid vacation.

You should also confirm any tasks due for completion before your start date.

Examples:

I will be sure to get you the new hire paperwork before the start date.

I will complete the medical and insurance forms, as requested.

Reiterate Your Value

Though you have already proven yourself during the interview process, remind the hiring manager that you are a valuable addition to the company. It can reinforce to her that she made the correct choice in hiring you.

Example:

I look forward to bringing my experience, skills and network of contacts to ABC Company to help build upon its sterling reputation.

With my years of experience in this industry, I am confident that I can help your company expand. I’m looking forward to doing just that.

When closing a thank-you letter for a job offer, remind the hiring manager that he can contact you for anything he needs before you start. Sign off with another thank you.

About the Author

Leslie Bloom is a Los Angeles native who has worked everywhere from new start-ups to established corporate settings. In addition to years of business and management experience, she has more than 20 years of experience writing for a variety of online and print publications. She holds degrees in both journalism and law.

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